Ochayi Ekoja Owobi

Daughters of Charity Health Care Services of Saint Vincent de Paul Hospital Kubwa - Department of HIV Medicine

Abuja

Nigeria

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

6

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Scholarly Papers (6)

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A Survey of Hand Washing Behavior and Awareness Among Health Care Workers in Health Care Facilities in Kubwa District of Bwari Area Council, F.C.T. Abuja, Nigeria

Annals of Ecology and Environmental Science Volume 2, Issue 2, 2018, PP 1-18
Number of pages: 18 Posted: 21 May 2018
Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Community Medicine, Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Geography and Environmental Management, Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Sociology and Daughters of Charity Health Care Services of Saint Vincent de Paul Hospital Kubwa - Department of HIV Medicine
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Hand washing; Nosocomial infections; Health workers; Health Care Facilities; Kubwa District, Bwari Area Council; Abuja; Nigeria

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Water-Related Problems and Health Conditions in the Oil Producing Communities in Central Senatorial District of Bayelsa State.

Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research (IJIR) Vol-3, Issue-6, 2017
Number of pages: 30 Posted: 21 Apr 2018
Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Community Medicine, University of Uyo (UNIUYO) - Department of Physical and Health Education and Daughters of Charity Health Care Services of Saint Vincent de Paul Hospital Kubwa - Department of HIV Medicine
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water supply, water-related problems, health conditions, oil producing communities

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Nigerians Crying for Availability of Electricity and Water: a Key Driver to Life Coping Measures for Deepening Stay at Home Inclusion to Slow COVID-19 Spread

Gift RA, Olalekan RM, Owobi OE, Oluwakemi RM, Anu B, Funmilayo AA (2020). Nigerians crying for availability of electricity and water: a key driver to life coping measures for deepening stay at home inclusion to slow covid-19 spread. Open Access Journal of Science. 2020;4(3):69‒80. DOI: 10.15406/oajs
Number of pages: 12 Posted: 28 Jul 2020
Federal University Otuoke - Entrepreneurship Development Centre, Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Community Medicine, Daughters of Charity Health Care Services of Saint Vincent de Paul Hospital Kubwa - Department of HIV Medicine, Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Banking and Finance, Action against Hunger, Yobe State, Nigeria and Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Sociology
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COVID-19, electricity, access to water, community engagement, Nigeria

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The Sources of Water Supply, Sanitation Facilities and Hygiene Practices in Oil Producing Communities in Central Senatorial District of Bayelsa State, Nigeria

MOJ Public Health. 2018;7(6): 337‒345
Number of pages: 9 Posted: 19 Dec 2018
Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Community Medicine, Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Community Medicine, Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Geography and Environmental Management, Department of Environmental Health Science, School of Allied Health and Environmental Sciences and Daughters of Charity Health Care Services of Saint Vincent de Paul Hospital Kubwa - Department of HIV Medicine
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environmental sanitation, water supply, excreta, health, houses, hygiene, critical

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Assessment of the Rate of Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Kubwa F.C.T. Abuja, Nigeria

Science Journal of Public Health 2017; 5(5): 365-376
Number of pages: 12 Posted: 20 Apr 2018
Morufu Olalekan Raimi and Ochayi Ekoja Owobi
Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Community Medicine and Daughters of Charity Health Care Services of Saint Vincent de Paul Hospital Kubwa - Department of HIV Medicine
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Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Assessment, Morality Sex Education, Sexual Intercourse

Leaving No One Behind? Drinking Water Challenge on the Rise in Niger Delta Region of Nigeria: A Review

Olalekan R. M, Dodeye E. O, Efegbere H. A, Odipe O. E. Deinkuro N. S, Babatunde A and Ochayi E. O (2020) Leaving No One Behind? Drinking Water Challenge on the Rise in Niger Delta Region of Nigeria: A Review. Merit Research Journal of Environmental Science and Toxicology (ISSN: 2350-2266) Vol. 6(1)
Posted: 19 May 2020
Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Community Medicine, Department of Geography and Environmental Management, Faculty of Environmental and Technology, University of the West of England, United Kingdom, Department of Community Medicine, Edo University, Iyamho, Edo State, Nigeria, Department of Environmental Health Science, School of Allied Health and Environmental Sciences, University of Strathclyde - Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Action against Hunger, Yobe State, Nigeria and Daughters of Charity Health Care Services of Saint Vincent de Paul Hospital Kubwa - Department of HIV Medicine

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Sustainable Development Goals, chemical pollutants, water poverty, reproductive problems, Niger Delta

Leaving no One Behind? Drinking Water Challenge on the Rise in Niger Delta Region of Nigeria: A Review

Posted: 02 Jun 2020
Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Community Medicine, Department of Environmental Health Science, School of Allied Health and Environmental Sciences, Action against Hunger, Yobe State, Nigeria, Department of Geography and Environmental Management, Faculty of Environmental and Technology, University of the West of England, United Kingdom, Department of Community Medicine, Edo University, Iyamho, Edo State, Nigeria and Daughters of Charity Health Care Services of Saint Vincent de Paul Hospital Kubwa - Department of HIV Medicine

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Sustainable Development Goals, Chemical pollutants,water poverty, reproductive problems, Niger Delta

Other Papers (1)

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Environmental Ethics Relevance to Public Health: Current Narratives and Implications for Policy

Raimi Morufu Olalekan., et al. “Environmental Ethics Relevance to Public Health: Current Narratives and Implications for Policy”. EC Emergency Medicine and Critical Care 3.12 (2019): 01-09.
Number of pages: 9 Posted: 17 Jan 2020
Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Community Medicine, Daughters of Charity Health Care Services of Saint Vincent de Paul Hospital Kubwa - Department of HIV Medicine, Action against Hunger, Yobe State, Nigeria, Environmental Health Management, affiliation not provided to SSRN, Kwara State University and Department of Public and Environmental Health
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Ethics, Sustainability, Human health, Environmental harm, Good Communication